Visiting the White House, of all places, would no doubt be a big deal for anyone. Except for children, perhaps, who never seem to be quite as wowed as we adults are.
And it was no different with Ivanka Trump’s children, who didn’t let momentous events, such as the Inauguration, for example, slow them down.
According to her social media, Trump’s youngest son, Theodore James Kushner, just crawled for the very first time while in the White House. The mom posted a video of the moment to Instagram with the caption, “There were so many incredible milestones this past weekend— including one for baby Theodore who crawled for the very first time at the White House.”
In the video, you can see Ivanka along with Theodore’s big sister, Arabella, there encouraging him to keep going farther and farther. He slides, slowly, but surely, along and along. Of course, proud mom and sister grow more and more excited with every little move he makes.
Little Theodore is 10 months old, and he’s already had quite a few accomplishments. I mean, there aren’t too many 10-month-olds that get to attend an inauguration, after all.
Trump has shared a number of family moments on her Instagram since landing in Washington, D.C. She shared a photo of herself with husband, Jared Kushner, and their three kids Arrabella, 5; Joseph, 3; and Theodore, on their way to the Inauguration day parade.
And a more recent photo of the kids in their pajamas in Blair House, the President’s Guest House, in D.C.
Kushner is now a senior advisor to his father-in-law, President Trump, and the family is in the process of relocating to D.C. from New York.